Isabel de Leon

Dino food tracks in Seoul

My family isn’t called the “Dinosaur family” for nothing, mainly due to our huge appetite for good food. Our noses always lead us to the best food anywhere in the world. 

Don Emilio T. Yap: The true exponent of Philippine progress

Philippine presidents looked at him with respect, and remember him for his kindness and generosity.

China won’t stop resupply mission to Ayungin Shoal

Chinese authorities have assured that they would stick to the “gentlemen’s agreement” they reached with Philippine government officials back in 1999 and allow the unhampered resupply mission of the government to its troops in the Ayungin Shoal.

MB, The Korea Times sign MOU on mutual cooperation

The Manila Bulletin and The Korea Times recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on mutual cooperation which was witnessed by Philippine Ambassador to South Korea Maria Theresa B. Dizon-De Vega.

Marcos declares martial law

President Marcos has placed the country under martial law and mobilized the entire military and police establishments.